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, and he will crisscross the state visiting 44 towns in report fashion, the go of the fine state of texas, rick perry, joining us. the debates and you, early going, not a great combination but you are feeling better now. >>guest: yeah, i say let's do a bunch more, i'll come early. >>neil: you made fun of yourself, are you more comfortable. >>guest: i am, look when you make mistakes no one is perfect and we have a great debater in the white house. that is not working real well for us, so i'm a doer, and i have an ad on here in iowa talking about i'm not a talker but a doer talking about a million jobs we created in the state of texas and keeping our taxes low and our regulatory climate fair and predictable and we the 13th largest economy in the world if we were stand alobby entity and the reason i called for. congress has to be up there all the time. no, they don't in our state we work for 140 days every other year, we have a balanced budget amendment and our legislators have real jobs living with the citizens they represent, and --. >>neil: how were more part time could congress be? >>gue
minnesota, mr. paulson, and the gentleman from texas, mr. dog get, will each control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from minnesota. mr. paulson: i ask unanimous consent that all members have 35 days which to revise and extend their remarks, including extraneous consent. i yield myself as much time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. paulson: i rise today in support of h.r. 365, legislation to extend temporary assistance for needy families and related programs through the end of this fiscal year, as well as to ensure that these funds are spent appropriately. before describing the legislation in greater detail, i note that these same provisions will already approved, the middle class tax relief and job creation act of tuesday of this week. given some of the uncertainty about some of that legislation, it makes sense to ensure that the program continues to assist families past december 31, when its current authorization expires. that's the first and most important thing that this bill will do. the tanner program has been generally success
in texas, new mexico, and oklahoma. if you are from those areas, certainly try to spend some time with him. vice president of operations. oliver is out of the south central region, and as much of his work in texas also. we have wr smallmolares. he is community relations manager for the business we do at houston independent school district. i have to tell you, my work is in community relations, and we have three account level managers, and all of them are latino. it was not planned that way, but really nice that it worked out that way. i work closely with them. is mike in the room? markets here. mark of director of business development. he is covering texas, california, colorado, nevada and arizona. very glad we have colleagues over on this side of the country that could be here with us. we want to thank alas for giving us the opportunity to be involved with this conference. i have to tell you, he was absolutely right about windy. she is a hard sell, but i'm glad she is because of allows us to of the participation with the organization. thank you. [applause] last but not least i want to tha
that work begin on a canada-to-texas oil pipeline. democrats strongly opposed that provision, and senate majority leader harry reid said he wants to dispense with the bill quickly. >> let's get this vote over with. then we can begin serious negotiations on how to prevent a $1,000 tax hike on american families. the sooner we put this useless partisan charade behind us, the sooner we can negotiate a true, bipartisan solution that protects middle class workers. >> sreenivasan: senate minority leader mitch mcconnell blocked a quick vote on the payroll tax cut. he insisted the top priority should be to pass a trillion dollar spending bill that funds government operations through next september. >> there's agreement on the funding bill but no agreement and no plan at all on how we're going to pass the payroll tax cut extension in the senate. so we ought to finish our most immediate concern first. instead, we've wasted week after week after week. one senseless show vote after another. >> sreenivasan: if there's no action on the spending bill, the government will run out of funds and have to shu
willing to change their minds. ron paul is hoping to do just that. support for the texas congressman is slowly growing. >> in political terms, it means we're probably peaking at the right time. >> as for the back of the g.o.p. pack, candidates including rick perry hope a little face time will give them a major breakthrough. perry kicked off a bus tour through western iowa wednesday. michele bachmann starts crisscrossing the state tomorrow. susan mcginnis for cbs news, washington. >>> michele bachmann will set out on the bus tour which will take her to all 99 counties in iowa by the end of december. >>> the suburban hospital maintenance worker who was accused of killing his boss in a hospital boiler room has been found guilty. keith little was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of roosevelt washington jr. prosecutors say little stabbed his boss more than 70 times new year's day. they say little was upset about a schedule change and a poor performance review. >>> police investigating a series of church robberies in northern virginia believe their suspect may also be targetin
yesterday in texas. we did but we didn't have too much severe weather. just light rain. dallas/ft. worth, you look okay but cool with a slight chance of showers. the only areas that are cold right now, below freezing, is out here in the northern rockies and central rockies. everyone's above freezing in the east. it's an amazingly warm weather pattern. temperature as far north as boston today, 52. only cool air, northern plains. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in ohio, mostly just areas of light rain. could be a heavier downpour. temperatures are very warm. raleigh, north carolina, heading up almost 70 degrees today. boston at 52. minneapolis, a little cooler today than yesterday. and this rain will be out shortly looks like a dry weekend for a lot of us. >> bill, thanks so much. >>> everything falls on wall street except for fear. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, who would have thought she showed up on time, dressed okay and got along with the judge. lindsay lohan finally has a good day in court. >>> coming up, chris paul is
to memphis, four to five inches above normal rainfall. and you're getting more today. and look at texas. here's some interesting news. dallas is two inches above their normal rainfall for the month of december. but remember, they're ten inches below normal for the year. they've got a lot of room to make up. most of the state of texas was in extreme drought right now. that drops down to eastern texas. western texas does not get rain today. and they desperately need it. here comes strong santa ana winds. for the system that brings some rain. you'll get the backside of powerful wind. ventura county, oxnard through l.a. ocean side, san diego, palm springs. you're getting the whipping wind of 60 miles per hour-plus, in some locations today. a little bit of sunshine to start our day to day. a little breezy periodically today and into tomorrow. now.0's right 5 in the district and winchester is at 46 degrees. we are on our way to the upper with areas of rain locally this afternoon. nothing too heavy or widespread. >> oh, that brutal december weather. atlanta hits a record 70 degrees today. robin? geo
pennsylvania, ohio, back toward indiana and this actually goes down toward texas. it is all moving off toward the east. where temperatures are well in the 40s this morning. in fact, 49 on the bay in annapolis. 46 coming in from prince frederick with bowie checking in at 45 along with scott at andrews air force base. la plata, 46. some of the cooler temperatures here in the valleys, petersburg, cumberland in the 30s. oakland at 50 degrees this morning in garrett county. our highs later today, 50s north to some low 60s south. high in d.c. right around 58. monika, stepping in from the left side. i like it. >> you notice it is a little different. i usually like to enter from the other side. don't move me around so fast. if you're planning to head around the beltway, things are looking fine. there are no problems all around town. first of all, we'll take a live look into rockville at route 355 in the heart of rockville there. no problems to report. as with you come in from frederick down to the beltway on route 355. let's see if we can take a look at the other side of town. 355 at route
is launching an investigation into a controversial photo of texas soldiers posing around a casket with another soldier who is wearing a noose. at the bottom of the picture is the phrase, the dumped. sucks to be you. it was taken back in august and has been floating around facebook and made its way to the air force times. >>> the looming government shutdown tomorrow night. if lawmakers can't agree on a federal budget, they are still working to avoid t as ainsley earhart shows us, money to fund the federal government runs out tomorrow night at midnight. >> we worked very hard. we are close to an agreement on every single issue and i just hope that we can work this out and get our bill passed. >> reporter: while they have different views, both democrats and republicans are working to avoid a partial government shutdown actually temporary bill keeping agencies open expires on saturday. >> we all ought to able to work together to bring this thing for a proper conclusion. >> if we have a reasonable agreement with the republicans on funding the government, we should seize that opportunity and do it a
's chemotherapy failed, they took maria to a doctor in texas. >> when we came back from texas, the swelling was gone and the cough was reduced to a couple coughs in the morning. then $3,500 for labs. >> reporter: but treatment is $10,000 a month. now, with anonymous gift, maria says she has a chance to fight the disease. >> with this treatment, i have a lot of hope that i will get better. i will get better. so every day is a struggle, but i'm fighting every day. >> she is a freigighter. in total, the family has received more than $16,000 in donations flts we contacted kaiser, they did not return our calls in time for the broadcast. >> that is a great story. thank you. >>> pg&e feeling the heat for cutting the power. why families trying to make a point about smart meters were left in the dark. >>> plus, welcoming back our troops. the president honors hundreds of soldiers now home for the holidays. >>> i'm scott budman. after the break are, why you don't have to search too far to find the best places to work. >>> and ranieri. a cool, crisp and sunny day outside across the bay area. right now
. >>> and in texas, near houston, two reindeer are safe tonight. santa need not worry. after they took an unscheduled trip, no doubt scouting a route for a christmas pageant. they were riding to a school in a trailer when a door opened. they escaped onto the highway. startled drivers called 11. >> there are two loose reindeer on the highway. >> there's two loose reindeer on the highway? >> yes, sir. i know that sounds funny, but they are. >> fortunately, the traffic was stop and go. the reindeer named comet and prancer were not hurt. call it a kind of christmas miracle. >>> still ahead, the science of parking. shoppers packing the malls. and we'll tell you how to beat some other drivers to the very best parking spot. i wanted support for my heart... and now i get it from centrum specialist heart. new centrum specialist vision... helps keep my eyes healthy. centrum specialist energy... helps me keep up with them. centrum specialist prenatal... supports my child's growth and development. new centrum specialist is a complete multivitamin that gives me all the benefits of centrum. plus additional support
the daily lives of five muslim american families in michigan. >>> and a little holiday cheer in north texas might have you quaking in your boots at first before you then jump for joy. police officers in prosper, texas are pulling over drivers and giving them not tickets but holiday gift cards as a reward for obeying traffic safety rules. now, that we like. it is three minutes past the hour. let's go back to al for a check of your weather. >>> today's weather is brought to you by keurig. choose, brew, enjoy. word gets out they're doing that where will all the high speed chases go to? let's show you what is going on. again, we have a lot of wet weather. snow in northern new england will eventually change over to rain but the wet weather extends down into texas where we expect northern texas into oklahoma anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of rain but generally about an inch around most of that area as we look around the rest of the country and we've got this rain making its way into the pacific northwest and northern california, some showers moving to the northeast later on. and some hit or miss sho
on innovative ideas, best practices, because guess what, besides new york, besides florida, texas, california is next. 25% of the population of kids will be latino. we have to get an agenda forward. we have to make sure we're filling the gaps. that is what we've been doing here in san francisco. that is why i have loved working for carlos, in my education adviser is the school board president and works as have my office. county is that? the school board president right next to you, because any other programs that are rolling out every other month --. -- how neat is that? the most exciting days i have is when i can get to the classroom in see the kids in gauge with their teachers and know they are getting agitated. the00- they are getting educated. do you know about the million dollar club? that is the difference between the kids that graduate from high school looking for a job, and the child goes all the way to college. it is a million-dollar difference in their career at how much they can earn. do you want to join the million- dollar club? what is san francisco doing about it? we're supporti
region, but it's getting very wet and windy from ontario all the way downo texas. severe thunderstorms are possible across texas and oklahoma. and the rest of the area will see a mix of rain and snow as well as freezing rain. the system will move very slowly toward the east and affect quebec as well as nungds in the next 24 hours. across the west a new system is moving into british columbia as well as the pacific northwest, bringing rain and strong winds. but it's not a potent storm, so it should dissipate on thursday. minus 10 degrees in winnipeg and 7 in seattle, but across the east lots of warm areas coming in, pushing up temperatures. we're expecting 12 in toronto, which is about ten degrees higher than average and 19 in atlanta. finally, let's go over to europe. it's wet and windy again across most of the european countries. several atlantic systems will continue to bring heave veriy rain as well as snow and strong winds. particularly windy in the areas like france, germany, as well as poland. in northern germany winds could hit 115 kilometers per hour and strong winds are creatin
at texas. here's some interesting news. dallas is two inches above their normal rainfall for the month of december. but remember, they're ten inches below normal for the year. they've got a lot of room to make up. most of the state of texas was in extreme drought right now. that drops down to eastern texas. western texas does not get rain today. and they desperately need it. here comes strong santa ana winds. for the storm system that moves into the northwest today and brings some rain, you'll get the backside of powerful wind. ventura county, oxnard through l.a. ocean side, san diego, palm springs. you're getting the whipping wind of 60 miles per hour-plus, in some locations today. >> oh, that brutal december weather. atlanta hits a record 70 degrees today. robin? george? >> they're loving it. sam, thank you. >>> now, to a possible break in the case of the so-called geezer bandit, the masked robber breaking into banks on the west coast. police tracking an important lead in tracking the elusive suspect. abc's david wright has the story. >> reporter: they call him the geezer bandit. ove
en route to ft. hood texas. they all need a ride out of camp virginia in kuwait tonight. they will be airborne while most americans are asleep. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in baghdad where he lived for many years covering this war and where he covered today's ceremony. richard, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. for the more than one million u.s. troops who served in iraq, this is the end of an era. the iraq war defined their lives, in some cases ended their lives, and now it's over. ♪ >> reporter: for a big war, it was a remarkably small closing ceremony. a few hundred troops, a five-piece band on a base by the airport on the edge of baghdad. but with the casing of the colors, the u.s. military command in iraq ended a mission that began what feels like so long ago. >> we cannot know the duration of this war. yet we know its outcome. we will prevail. >> reporter: at least now we know the duration. america's costliest war in decades officially ended today. >> your nation is deeply indebted to you. you have done everything your nation as
stretching from new england all the way back down into texas. some snow up in northern new england. but that is going to quickly change over to rain. we're looking at heavier stuff getting ready to get itself together down in central texas where rainfall amounts will total anywhere from 1 to 2 inches of rain in northern texas on into the oklahoma border. the rest of the country, we are expecting the air stagnation alert to continue in the pacific northwest. we have rain along the northwest coast. that snow changing over to rain in new england. evening showers moving into the northeast. we have plenty of sunshine along the southeastern atlantic coast where temperatures are still good morning.> we should be mostly dry as we head to the drive time. into the afternoon hours, we will see a chance for some rain showers. and that's your latest weather. ann? >>> al thanks. the holiday shopping season got off to a record-breaking start and while malls have remained packed it looks like not everyone is there to shop. nbc's craig melvin is a few blocks away in herald square in new york. good
obstacles, create hardships, create chaos. for example, if you take a look at the hispanic vote in texas, it's been closed down by gerrymandering, to where hispanics have almost no input in the political process. the next step is to do that same thing with minorities of all kinds. the poor, with students, with the elderly. what you're seeing them do is this. it's a -- if you go state to state, this is the same pattern. allow fewer voting stations in certain places. allow very fewer voting attendants to be at the voting stations. make the convenience issue almost impossible, to where people don't want to show up to vote. what we see is we see situations where their intent is to create chaos. to keep people away from -- >> these advocates that are out there fighting for voters' rights, what can they do at this point? >> well, the 1965 voting rights act is a strong act, ed. it's been ignored for too long. as a matter of fact, three years ago, the u.s. justice department was told that this pattern was taking place. what i like about the act, lbj pushed this act through. you know what he did, ed?
'm a graduate of texas a and m university. two members were charged for hazing. in 1984 a corps cadet died going through exercises. what you have here, vow historically white fraternities and sororities and hazing as well. hazing is about culture. it is about institution where you largely have young folks who are in control of the institutions and so they're doing what they need to do. you have two things going on. you have also alumni members, graduate members who have a belief that, if you want to go through what i went through, i have a greater appreciation of you as a member. so if you don't go through it, then i don't regard you in the same way. so that kind of peer pressure is applied. i still have people writing on my facebook and twitter page saying if you're a paper member of the fraternity if you didn't go through that test that i went through. what is needed is obviously for peers. you can have all of the rules in place, but what you have to have is peers saying i cannot allow this because you're not going to tarnish our reputation and put us in jeopardy by your actions. that's the mo
: just a few hours ago, staff sergeant corder made it home, to ft. hood, texas. and he got that hug and kiss. >> i could not be prouder of you. and america could not be prouder of you. >> welcome
. no one thinks this thing is funny. a group of texas airmen posing in a casket. the controversy sparked an air force investigation. will thomas is taking a closer look now. will. >> you aren't going to like this one. the u.s. death toll as many of you know in iraq and afghanistan is now more than 6,000. about 6300. with so many lives lost, a photo that may have been meant as a joke has become another black eye for the air force. already this year, dover air force base in delaware is under the spotlight for sloppy handling of the remains of u.s. military war dead. and now, a photo. a photo you're not going to like. it was taken back in august. 15 airmen are seen posing with an open casket, another live airmen, he is perfectly fine. he is posing standing up in the casket with a noose around his neck. at the bomb toff of the photo, the dump the dumped, sucks to be you. a congressman we spoke to tonight with oversight over the air force is confident the internal investigation will be sufficient. >> i have trust that secretary donald and the air force leadership will take the appropriate a
they want. >> cowboy logic. >> colorado, texas, you know. okay. >>> the forecast, some clouds around but look how arm this is. it's a mild night. 48 this time of night. it's ridiculous. south winds at -- that's what is doing it, five miles an hour. the beerometer falling a bit 32 inches and right now 48 here. the cold spot down in the valley there, cull beer land 36 and 43 in oakland and 45 and almost 50 right now in ocean city. not going to get very chilly tonight with clouds, maybe get up into the 30s. 44 bellaire and westminster and close to 50 still. 51 today. our average high is 46. 31 this morning. 28 is the average low. the record 71. 1929, yeah, 1960, 11 above 0. southerly winds, keeping this warm air in, a couple sprinkles and a couple spots. but tomorrow there will be a front approaching from the west with shower activity. the bulk of the rain however once again passing to the northwest, low pressure out over illinois it's going to head up towards the great lakes and up toward canada. it will drag that front with shower active toy to the region tomorrow afternoon and tomo
the window. and a bizarre high-speed chase in texas. what police say led to this hot pursuit. and what was in the car that had them so concerned? we'll be right back, this thursday, december 15th. >>> i'm sherrie johnson. live in downtown baltimore where some parents are suing a school system over alleged bullying. that story straight ahead. >> and efforts continue in iraq as americans wrap up the conflict. who is expected in iraq today? and "time" magazine deals its person, or persons of the year. we'll tell you who it is or moreover, who they are, on this thursday, december 15th. good morning, maryland, i'm charley crowson. let's get right to weather. >>> what is in store on this thursday? for more let's go to lynette charles. >> good morning. what is in store, definitely mild weather.
, virginia. their unit is a detachment from a command at lackland air force base in texas. several military commanders, military wives and widows say they are extremely offended by the photo. air force commanders are trying to figure out if it photo violates any rules or if it was just taken in poor tales. >>> the marketing officers for the travel website has pulled its ad and says he watched the first two episodes and thought it was bad. lowes pulled its ads from the the tlc show all american muslim an after evangelical group claimed the show was muslim propaganda. the first television interview with casey anthony will reportedly cost backside 750,000. that's what a producer is trying to get for anthony's first interview since being acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, caylee. casey anthony is currently somewhere in the state of florida serving probation for an unrelated check and fraud case. >>> penn state has announced it has received the largest donation since the child sex abuse scandal arrived last month. an anonymous doran donor gave $10 million to the engineering school.
will be in texas where we have light rain to deal with. dallas umbrella weather. same for you in houston and san antonio and shreveport. temperatures are very warm this morning. as we go throughout this afternoon, temperatures very mild on the east coast. but you will get a little bit of rain later today. >> thanks so much. before we wrap up your first look at entertainment news. lindsay lohan was all smiles in court wednesday as for once she heard praise from the bench. the judge overseeing lohan's probation gave her credit for completing all community service and therapy sessions and discussed ending her probation as early as february. but this judge is no fool. when lohan's lawyer asked if she could skip jan's next court appearance, the judge replied, quote, if i say yes, she will not complete everything. >>> kim kardashian spent $65,000 on three bracelets at elizabeth taylor's jewelry auction and made sure we knew about it. >>> barbara walters named steve jobs number one on her ten most fascinating people of 2011 list. any other guesses on the other nine? >> i hadn't thought about this. my g
all know what it is like when you're depressed. so, living without hope really texas out of the picture. then not only are we not trying or contributing, but we are not modeling that behavior for other people. so, when we are hopeful, it is based on one very simple, logical fact, which is that we do not know how things are going to turn now. never know that, no matter how bad things appear. since we do not know how that are going to turn out, we might as low they will have some effect. if we are hopeful, we will be positive. if we are positive, we will be energetic. we will be taking concrete steps to make the world the way we wanted and to model it for others to see. if we do that and enough people see us and follow us, we will be living in the world we want to live in. thank you so much. [applause] >> i do not know about you, but i could listen to that voice for a long time. thank you, peter coyote. his first time here to visit us for lighting the tree. next, i would like to introduce to you and origami artist. she is known all over the world. she has an american flight
that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> six weeks after a fire ripped through this tavern, and demolition is under way. the owners have vowed to rebuild. investigators say they may never know what sparked the flames that destroyed the building. damage estimates topped $2.5 million. the tavern is expected to reopen next fall. >> the fallout of the collapse of the market caused havoc for families. there are new bombs in the road for current buyers and sellers who think they have a deal. here is jayne miller. >> when a buyer and seller agreed on a price it was almost always a done deal. not anymore. real-estate agent trend has been trying to find a buyer for this home in baltimore for the past nine months. recently it looks like the deal was done. >> we had a willing and able buyer. >> they agreed on a price but the appraisal needed for t
, texas. a 27-year-old man now faces charges of intoxication, manslaughter and murder. the man with his twins in the back seat, police say, hit two cars, sped awayened plowed into more vehicles a block away killing the driver. the suspect then shot and killed the man in his suv. the two children are hospitalized but expected to be ok. police took the suspect to a hospital for a checkup, then took him to jail. >>> an attempted robbery stopped by a coffee pot and the suspect is now behind bars. the man climbs through a drivethrough window of a coffee shop in pennsylvania. the owner's wife grabbed a container full of coffee and hit the man in the face with it. that didn't slow him down. so she grabbed a jug of steaming hot milk and whacked him again. that is what coaxed the man to finally leave. >> i'm proud of her, the way she fought him off. but i think once this sinks in i am going to wish she just ran out the door as they did after she hit him. >> the suspect john hamill is charged with robbery as well as charges relating to the stolen van he was driving at the time. >>> it doesn't mat
. the rains from texas all the way to new england. the cold air is in northern maine. they have some snow and up towards minnesota. around here that is not going to be a problem for us or it's not going to be a good thing if you're a skier because they have to make the snow. and this is not helping at all with temperatures in the 50s. snow making won't resume until we get this front passed us and the cold air returns. a few showers this afternoon and tonightorrow. there's another system that heads thisay but that will stay south. today 59. some 60s south. tonight only around 50 but winds tomorrow northwest, not southwest. on saturday ch we head up towart 50-degree mark. but you'll notice there it thur, means it's pet line nine times. one of my favorite visitors is angela robinson from the cocker spaniel rescue. look at her. isn't she precious. >> cockers in general have a great demeanor, a sweet, sweet girl. >> she is really sweet. and she appears to be some type of mix. we're wondering if there is a little poodle in here. poodles are very intelligent. she's a little on the tall side so w
for these areas in the west of the gulf of mexico off of the coast of m texas. >> the second-largest american oil co., chevron, and transition, they could be fined $10 billion for a spell of of the coast of brazil. -- for a spill off of the coast of brazil. the company has party taken responsibility for leaking two billion barrels of oil into the sea. you have details. >> yes. the euro fell to its lowest level against the dollar in almost a year. analysts are pointing the finger at growing uncertainty about how much effect the summit will really have on the eurozone crisis. angela merkel has told brolin that there are no quick fixes and the process will take years. -- has told berlin that there are no quick fixes and the process will take years. >> the road she is pointing down as long and hard, but it leads to a european union with much more central control in the spending and taxing of the countries that choose to get involved by signing the treaty. >> the past fiscal union and the stability of the union is still a long way of being finalized. but it was initiative and i think irrevocably. >> c
to local polls. also on the move perhaps, texas governor rick perry. we talked about his outsider status. >> changing one washington insider for another washington insider is not going to change a thing. it is going to, you know, taking a wall streeter and sending him to washington, d.c. won't change a thing. what this country has to have is an outsider. an outside that is willing to go in there and have the courage and the vision, stamina and strength to change washington, d.c. >> bret: he is starting a bus tour. through cities and counties throughout iowa. senator santorum has been to all 99 counties. congresswoman bachmann is going to be going to all 99 counties in ten days we're told. that sets up this debate tomorrow night. bring in the panel. chris stirewalt. susan fariccio and steve haye hayes. steve, welcome back to panel. >> good to be back. >> bret: what do you think? status of the race in iowa and the debate tomorrow night? >> status of the race is fluid. it's fascinating to see the recent polls which suggest that newt gingrich's surge might abate somewhat. i agree with you on
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